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Unit 1:
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Interlude A
Unit 2:
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Ch. 7
Ch. 8
Ch. 9
Interlude B
Unit 3:
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Interlude C
Unit 4:
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Interlude D
Unit 5:
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Ch. 30
Interlude E
Unit 6:
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Interlude F
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Interlude G
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11.1: Activity: Chromosomes and fruit flies

Explore some of the initial experiments by T.H. Morgan that helped to uncover the mechanism of genetic recombination and crossing over.

11.2: Activity: Crossing over

Review the process of crossing over, and its effects.

11.3: Tutorial: Independent assortment and gamete diversity

This tutorial explores how the random distribution of maternal and paternal chromosomes in gametes during meiosis produces new combinations of alleles.

11.4: Tutorial: Human pedigree analysis

This tutorial explores how a pedigree chart may be used to study human genetic disorders.

11.5: Activity: Interactive Punnett square
ThumbnailUse an interactive Punnett square to explore the genetic mechanisms of several inherited diseases.

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